Five classic texts from church fathers that (1) are significant theologically and historically, (2) are relatively easy to read and understand, and (3) in some cases tend to get neglected.
No, the Reformation didn’t ruin church unity around the Lord’s Supper in favor of preaching.
Augustine’s ancient faith helped me to answer modern objections to Christianity.
The early Christian church was a counterculture—simultaneously offensive and attractive.
For a New Testament introduction, the breadth of material covered is quite impressive.